The programme consists of 120 credits (120 ECTS) in the following courses:

-- Joint courses during semester 1-2 --

Electrical Engineering BA (B/C):
Metrology, 7.5 credits
Introduction to Embedded Sensor Systems, 6 credits
Project in Embedded Sensor Systems, 9 credits
Embedded System Prototyping, 6 credits

Electronics MA:
Sensors and Instrumentation, 7.5 credits
Embedded Computing, 9 credits
Applied Machine Learning, 7.5 credits
Sensor Networks, 7.5 credits


-- Profile specific courses during semester 3-4 --

Profile: Autonomous Sensors
Electronics MA:
Energy Supply of Embedded Sensor Systems, 7.5 credits
Machine Learning on Embedded Systems, 7.5 credits
Specialization Project within Autonomous Sensors, 9 credits
Scientific Writing and Research Methods, 6 credits
Master's Thesis, 30 credits

Profile: Power Electronics
Electronics MA:
Power Converter Analysis, 7.5 credits
Control of Power Electronics Converters, 7.5 credits
Specialization Project within Power Electronics, 9 credits
Scientific Writing and Research Methods, 6 credits
Master's Thesis, 30 credits

Profile: Smart Cameras
Electronics MA:
Imaging Metrology, 7.5 credits
Smart Camera Systems, 7.5 credits
Specialization Project within Smart Cameras, 9 credits
Scientific Writing and Research Methods, 6 credits
Master's Thesis, 30 credits

Profile: Detector and Measurement Systems
Electronics MA:
Semiconductor Detectors and Measurement Technology, 7.5 credits
Analysis Methods for Big Data Streams in Simulations and Measurement Systems, 7.5 credits
Specialization Project within Detector and Measurement Systems, 9 credits
Scientific Writing and Research Methods, 6 credits
Master's Thesis, 30 credits

Profile: Intelligent systems
Electronics MA:
Machine Learning on Embedded Systems, 7.5 credits
Deep Learning, 7.5 credits
Specialization Project within Intelligent Systems, 9 credits
Scientific Writing and Research Methods, 6 credits
Master's Thesis, 30 credits


During the study period, profile names, courses and course elements' names, content, points distribution and placement in time may undergo certain changes.